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Democrats face a new question after one of the busiest weeks in years for climate change on Capitol Hill: Now what?
Scientists in California are introducing a scale to measure "atmospheric rivers," the weather phenomenon that can dump massive quantities of Pacific Ocean water on the West Coast, carrying it through the air from as far away as Hawaii.
EnBW AG said it plans to build Germany's biggest solar park without subsidies, underscoring how falling costs are fueling green power investments in Europe's largest economy.
A Belgian environment minister has been forced to resign after saying she had state security confirmation that massive climate demonstrations in recent weeks were staged as a plot against her.
The future of one of Britain's favorite staples could be at risk as climate change threatens areas for growing potatoes, as well as affecting other fruit and vegetables, scientists from the University of Leeds said.
Peabody Energy Corp. said yesterday it will shut down an Arizona coal mine by October as time runs out to find a buyer for its only customer, one of the West's largest coal plants.
The United States experienced 14 "billion-dollar disasters" last year, including hurricanes, wildfires, tornadoes, winter storms and drought, according to a NOAA report released yesterday.
The Trump administration is rolling back lightbulb standards designed to save consumers money and reduce home energy use.
President Trump spoke 5,249 words Tuesday night, yet not a single reference to "hurricane," "fire" or "flood."
The world's melting ice sheets may have consequences far beyond global sea-level rise, scientists say. They may also change the ocean's circulation, alter global temperature patterns and even drive extreme weather events around the world.
America's first major offshore wind project is caught in a crosswind.
House Democrats flexed their political muscle yesterday by hosting not one but two hearings on climate change — a double feature that left everyone a little disoriented.
Boeing Co. is joining with Aerion Corp., a startup founded by Texas billionaire Robert Bass, to help build a supersonic business jet that would cut trans-Atlantic flight times by three hours.
South Africa is looking to spend billions of rand to secure energy from megaprojects on the continent at a time when state power utility Eskom Holdings SOC Ltd. is broke and struggling to supply enough electricity.
France will fine General Electric Co. 50 million euros ($57 million) for creating fewer than 3 percent of the jobs it had promised as a condition for getting the green light to take over Alstom SA's energy business in a deal that stirred political controversy.
The real estate industry isn't prepared for the financial risks from climate change, which could degrade the value of entire cities, according to a report released yesterday.
A new study from the University of Vermont says snowmobile riders in Vermont are taking notice that fewer days are good for riding.
Air pollution from cars, trucks and buses in California disproportionately affects Latino and African-American residents, according to a new study.
Concerns about tailpipe emissions rules and a treaty on heat-trapping refrigerants were among the reasons Senate Democrats voted against advancing President Trump's pick to lead EPA.
President Trump's pick for World Bank president agrees with him that climate action and economic growth are irreconcilable.